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Saturday, December 14, 2019  Spokane, Washington  Est. May 19, 1883
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Couple in $800,000 fraud get prison

A woman and her boyfriend who bought a trip to the Super Bowl and other luxury items with more than $800,000 in embezzled funds from a Spokane business will spend …


Charity rip-off case ends

A financial scandal that ravaged a nonprofit organization dedicated to feeding low-income people earned the last of two women responsible a felony theft conviction Tuesday. Rachelle D. Solomon, 39, received …


Sentenced to 4 years, robber cites addiction

A 24-year-old convicted robber told a judge Thursday how he went from living with his girlfriend and their 7-year-old daughter to putting a knife to a man’s throat to get …


Insanity plea could get killer life in mental hospital

In a rare court proceeding, a Spokane man was acquitted Tuesday of stabbing his cousin to death last year. But that acquittal may require Adrian Wayne Ellenwood to remain in …


Phony covert military agent gets six months for swindle

A man who convinced his girlfriend he was a covert military agent and swindled thousands of dollars to fund his gambling habit will spend the next six months in jail. …


Scales of justice vary for co-defendants

A judge sentenced a Spokane man to two years in prison after he pleaded guilty Friday to 25 counts of possession of stolen property and second-degree theft. Compare that to …


Man gets 10 years for woman’s death

Judge James Michaud granted the wishes of shooting victim Kathryn Oliver’s family Wednesday by sentencing George Bondurant to 10 years in prison for involuntary manslaughter. The term is fixed, meaning …